FLIR FX happens to be the very first attempt by the folks over at FLIR to deliver a portable Wi-Fi camera to the masses, where along the way, it had also picked up the gong as the Winner of the 2014 CES Innovations Design & Engineering Awards. Sporting a flexible design, the FLIR FX camera comes across as an easy-to-use, portable HD video monitoring solution which will be able to adapt to your needs. Of course, there must be something which should help set apart the FLIR FX from its competitors, so what are they?
Well, for starters, the FLIR FX comes with a patent-pending flexible design that will enable users to mix and match camera accessories alongside mounting stands for a range of video monitoring applications, where among them include outdoor security, home monitoring, sports recording, dash camera, and an internal Wi-Fi access point that will create an “on the go” capability that offers a secure, direct connection which remains accessible by smartphones and tablets. Underneath the hood, you will find an internal, rechargeable battery which enables users to enjoy up to 4 hours of non-stop use while the extremely tiny and portable design would allow you to use it at just about anywhere you like to.
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